All symptomatic severe AS patients are now eligible for TAVI.

Structural heart specialists from across Australia discuss what this means for your patients and the importance of guiding your patients to a multi-disciplinary heart team for a treatment evolution.

Collaborate with a Multi-Disciplinary Heart Team

No one knows your symptomatic severe aortic stenosis (SAS) patients like you do.

You have the power to care for these patients with urgency, so patients can get life-saving treatment they need, when they need.

Your SAS patients trust you to guide them to the right treatment

Unlock their best chance at greater outcomes by guiding all your patients with valvular heart disease to a Multidisciplinary Heart Valve Team for timely treatment evaluation.

Collaborate with a Heart Team

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